Marika Yang Contributing Editor

Class of 2020

Articles

  • 5 in 5: Thai restaurants

    In this series, we give food and drink recommendations for one type of place in five different neighborhoods. This week we’re looking at Thai food, a popular cuisine in Pittsburgh with many options around the city.

    Pillbox | October 7, 2019
  • Telephone scammers are still targeting Carnegie Mellon's international students

    In the last several months, international students at Carnegie Mellon University have been targeted by telephone scams attempting to extract personal and financial information. They have been called “sophisticated” scams by University Police Chief Thomas Ogden for their methods and attention to detail.

    News | September 23, 2019
  • The Exchange finds new, temporary home under Purnell Portico

    As students walk around campus this fall, they’ll see a new buildup of traffic outside the front entrance of the Purnell Center for the Arts. This is The Exchange Pop-Up Café, which has found a temporary home under the Purnell portico while The Exchange’s original location in Posner Hall undergoes renovations.

    News | September 16, 2019
  • Jonas Brothers Concert

    The screams roll through the arena, growing louder and louder until they seem to hit an even higher decibel when the stage lights blare, and the first beats of “Rollercoaster” fill the room. The Jonas Brothers are back, and they’re putting on a show.

    Pillbox | September 9, 2019
  • Taylor Swift - Lover (Album Review)

    In her 13-year career, there have been countless stories and think pieces about Taylor Swift. In the beginning, they covered her great songwriting and her early success in country music. Then it was her many relationships, which ended up being chronicled in her songs. Then came the scandals and controversies, the constant beef with celebrities that led to her “canceling” after being “exposed” by K...

    Pillbox | September 9, 2019

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